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IT’S EMOTIONAL WATCHING MY SON PLAYING FOR NIGERIA
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Author:  COOKING SPOON [ Thu Jul 12, 2018 8:19 pm ]
Post subject:  IT’S EMOTIONAL WATCHING MY SON PLAYING FOR NIGERIA

http://pmexpressng.com/emotional-watchi ... dowus-dad/



Brian’s father, Oyeyemi Idowu



PM EXPRESS can exclusively revealed how a United Kingdom based Chartered Surveyor, Tunde Adelakun helped Brian Idowu into Nigeria’s Super Eagles.

Brian Idowu, who is based in Russia, maade his debut for Nigeria in the international friendly game the Super Eagles played against Argentina, scoring one of the goals that condemned the South American giants to 4-2 defeat and he eventually played for Nigeria at the Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup, where Nigeria crashed out at the group stage and it has been revealed how Adelakun helped the defender into the Super Eagles.

In an exclusive interview with PM EXPRESS in St. Petersburg, Brian’s dad, Sunday Oyeyemi Idowu said that it was a dream come true to watch his son, who has a Masters Degree in Marketing at the age of 22 years dorn the white and green colours of Nigeria at the World Cup, adding that it would not have been possible if not for the roles played by Fegor Ogude, his teammates at FC Amkar , who had played for the Super Eagles in the past and Tunde Adelakun, the Technical Assistant to Gernot Rohr in the Super Eagles, who made enquiries about the player and ensured that his son played for the national team.



“Brian just called me one day that one of his teammates at FC Amkar, a Nigerian player, who had played for the Super Eagles in the past. I think his name is Fegor Ogude. He informed Brian that somebody called from Nigeria making enquiries about him and the person is requesting to have his number for discussion on the possibility of playing for the Eagles. Brian told me about it and asked if he should send his number to the Nigerian, ” Idowu’s father said.

“He gave his number and a call came from Mr. Tunde Adelakun in London. He told him of the plans of the technical crew of the Super Eagles to invite him to play for Nigeria. I was very happy when he told me about the discussion he had with Tunde. I gave him my blessing to play for Nigeria. But the problem was that, Brian was born here. He speaks Russian language fluently , so he was wondering how he will fit into the national team set up. I told him not to worry , that if the invitation comes, he should honour it and forget the rest.

“Along the line during that period, his club got to know about it that Nigeria was interested in extending invitation to him. The club started to threaten him that if he honours the invitation to play for Nigeria that they will not feature him again. He will be dropped from the main team. It was a very difficult and stressful period for Brian that time. The club is bankrupt now and Brian will definitely leave for another club. In Russia, most people only recognise or support CSKA Moscow or Zenith St. Petersburg and if a player is not playing for these two big clubs, he is not that recognsied in Russia.

“Brian informed Tunde about this development and I also had to call one of the coaches too to inform him. But at the end of it all , he was invited for the friendly game against Argentina and to my surprise, he scored a goal against Argentina. He worked hard to make the Super Eagles team to the World Cup in Russia and he played all the three games. It was very emotional for me to watch my son play against Argentina here in St. Petersburg, the city of his birth,” he said

Author:  Cmoke [ Fri Jul 13, 2018 5:49 am ]
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Nice man!

It was a pleasure meeting him in USSR!

Cmoke

Author:  wanaj0 [ Fri Jul 13, 2018 8:00 am ]
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The bobo should be careful about giving out his phone numbers oooo. Many CROOKS around oooo :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:

Author:  greg [ Fri Jul 13, 2018 8:44 am ]
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COOKING SPOON wrote:
http://pmexpressng.com/emotional-watching-son-playing-nigeria-brian-idowus-dad/

“Along the line during that period, his club got to know about it that Nigeria was interested in extending invitation to him. The club started to threaten him that if he honours the invitation to play for Nigeria that they will not feature him again. He will be dropped from the main team. It was a very difficult and stressful period for Brian that time. The club is bankrupt now and Brian will definitely leave for another club. In Russia, most people only recognise or support CSKA Moscow or Zenith St. Petersburg and if a player is not playing for these two big clubs, he is not that recognsied in Russia.

Perhaps this is fear of losing him during AFCON? This could be one of the reasons why Nigerian players don't get given as much of a chance by European clubs nowadays.

Author:  Prince [ Fri Jul 13, 2018 9:25 am ]
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Cmoke wrote:
Nice man!

It was a pleasure meeting him in USSR!

Cmoke

Uncle its not USSR anymore, anyway keep calling every detergent Omo, every noodle Indomie

Author:  asabatex [ Fri Jul 13, 2018 3:39 pm ]
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:thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:

Author:  bamenda boy [ Fri Jul 13, 2018 3:42 pm ]
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Prince wrote:
Cmoke wrote:
Nice man!

It was a pleasure meeting him in USSR!

Cmoke

Uncle its not USSR anymore, anyway keep calling every detergent Omo, every noodle Indomie

:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

Author:  1naija [ Fri Jul 13, 2018 3:59 pm ]
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Prince wrote:
Cmoke wrote:
Nice man!

It was a pleasure meeting him in USSR!

Cmoke

Uncle its not USSR anymore, anyway keep calling every detergent Omo, every noodle Indomie


Uncle cmoke will join Buhari in West Germany soon. :D

Author:  Odas [ Fri Jul 13, 2018 4:04 pm ]
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Well, we saw what happened on our game against Argentina. No doubt Idowu had a bad day in the office. All the same, thanks to all our players, they did their best.

Author:  jette1 [ Fri Jul 13, 2018 4:30 pm ]
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And rohr messed it all up

Author:  2drama [ Fri Jul 13, 2018 4:40 pm ]
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:clap: Nice

Good Story
Does Brian speak English?

please don't attack me just asking a question

Author:  niyi [ Fri Jul 13, 2018 5:05 pm ]
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1naija wrote:
Prince wrote:
Cmoke wrote:
Nice man!

It was a pleasure meeting him in USSR!

Cmoke

Uncle its not USSR anymore, anyway keep calling every detergent Omo, every noodle Indomie


Uncle cmoke will join Buhari in West Germany soon. :D


Do you mean Grand-Uncle Cmoke!

We are still waiting for all the whatsapp pictures.

Author:  Cmoke [ Fri Jul 13, 2018 6:28 pm ]
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Ok o,

If you take your korokoro eyes see Red Square, Kremlin etc and you no feel say u dey USSR, then u no accept reality!

Cmoke



Prince wrote:
Cmoke wrote:
Nice man!
It was a pleasure meeting him in USSR!

Cmoke

Uncle its not USSR anymore, anyway keep calling every detergent Omo, every noodle Indomie

Author:  Tbite [ Fri Jul 13, 2018 7:02 pm ]
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2drama wrote:
:clap: Nice

Good Story
Does Brian speak English?

please don't attack me just asking a question


E dey for yamtube, he speaks English and Russian.

Author:  cchinukw [ Fri Jul 13, 2018 10:24 pm ]
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2drama wrote:
:clap: Nice

Good Story
Does Brian speak English?

please don't attack me just asking a question

Speaks English like a Russian troll.

Author:  wiseone [ Tue Jul 17, 2018 8:28 pm ]
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It is possible that he met him about 30 years ago when the USSR still existed....

:lol:


Prince wrote:
Cmoke wrote:
Nice man!

It was a pleasure meeting him in USSR!

Cmoke

Uncle its not USSR anymore, anyway keep calling every detergent Omo, every noodle Indomie

Author:  scholl [ Wed Jul 18, 2018 1:18 am ]
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wiseone wrote:
It is possible that he met him about 20 years ago when the USSR still existed....

:lol:


Prince wrote:
Cmoke wrote:
Nice man!

It was a pleasure meeting him in USSR!

Cmoke

Uncle its not USSR anymore, anyway keep calling every detergent Omo, every noodle Indomie


How that one take be ehn......wiseone? 20 years ago was 1998.

Author:  Cmoke [ Wed Jul 18, 2018 3:02 am ]
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Bingo!

You just proved to them that they are not as smart as they want you to believe!

Cmoke

wiseone wrote:
It is possible that he met him about 20 years ago when the USSR still existed....

:lol:


Prince wrote:
Cmoke wrote:
Nice man!

It was a pleasure meeting him in USSR!

Cmoke

Uncle its not USSR anymore, anyway keep calling every detergent Omo, every noodle Indomie

Author:  The Jagaban [ Wed Jul 18, 2018 3:38 am ]
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Is he really the dad? Is he sure?

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